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Comment from: Brooklyn [Visitor] Email
I agree with most of your argument...these guys/camps don't like each other. And, Woods and Williams are likely having a great laugh over this. They are, afterall, best of friends as well as employer/employee. I'm sure they share the same sentiment about PM--close friends usually do, that's why they're close.

But since we're the PC capital of the world where it's ok to think it, you just can't say it publicly, there's the rub.

Where you're wrong--Williams ain't coming off that bag. And the comparison to Fluff--ridiculous. Cowans was making commercials, mouthing off about how much he got payed, doing media interview. You think that's far less than call PM a 'prick'...
2008-12-18 @ 11:13
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
What everyone seems to be missing about this whole thing is that Tiger Woods just CANNOT have anyone he's associated with calling popular people bad names in public. He's got a lot of worldwide ventures going on, both commercial and philanthropic. How would it be if the children in his learning facilities thought Tiger was okay with that sort of thing? How about those deep pockets that have contracted with him for course design, or future prospective clients?

I guarantee that no matter how he feels about Mickelson, he is a little upset with Williams for doing this. And I further guarantee that he straightened him out about it.
2008-12-19 @ 15:10
Comment from: Brooklyn [Visitor] Email
This saga reminds me of a line from a Jack Nicholson movie: "You can't handle the truth!" There's a whole media apparatus devoted to getting the story directly from athlete interviews. Personally, I don't bother to listen because we really don't want their honest assessment/the truth, we want PC. In many instances, when they offer it, they get roasted. Vijay is a perfect example--the Annika brouha. He was honest, got smoked by the media. He was asked a similar question about Wie later and you knew he lied to keep the peace.
So now Williams gave an honest opinion/response and some want him fired. The msg, be honest, lose your job?
2008-12-20 @ 10:14
Comment from: Dana [Visitor] Email
Steve Williams is a !@#$%. He needs to get off the high horse he is riding and be grateful that he has the best job in the world. He should be kissing Tiger's feet and keep his mouth SHUT !!!!
2008-12-20 @ 12:10
Comment from: Brooklyn [Visitor] Email
Thank you Dana for amplifying my point! That's your opnion of Williams; you're entitled to it. Just as he's entitled to his opinion of Mickelson.
2008-12-24 @ 10:33
Comment from: John [Visitor] Email
Steve is an idiot. If Tiger has any integrity
he should fire Steve out of hand for this. Any other course of action shows some form of tacit approval of this grotesque behavior in contradiction to Tigers mostly deserved gentlemanly image. What would Eldridge Senior do???
2009-02-23 @ 02:16

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